Tag Archives: google maps

Proposal: generate KML from postcodes in Twitter messages

It would be cool if someone with the necessary skills and bandwidth could provide a service which takes a Twitter search (say, for a hashtag), extracts from it valid UK postcodes, and returns a corresponding KML file, which can then be passed to other services, like Google Maps. Continue reading

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Google Maps’ microformats: unhappy anniversary – still broken after three years

Microformats on Google’s maps have been broken, since they were introduced three years ago – and they have been aware of this ever since then. They are useless to someone wanting to add the subject’s address to their address book. Continue reading

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